Each and every time Phenom Hoop Report gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.

Here is the latest commitment.

Player: Kahari Rogers
Class: 2020
Committed to: Florida SouthWestern

What the Player Said:

PHR: What made Florida SouthWestern the place for you in the end? What drew you towards them and what factors went into your decision?

Rogers: So FSW was the first JUCO that I’ve ever started talking to when they came to our practice this year.  They told me to keep in touch if I didn’t get the looks I wanted and from that day we met, I became really close with the coaching staff and they made me feel at home.

The real deciding factor with them is that I really feel like the coaching staff will work with me to get better and get ready for the next level.

PHR: What are they hoping you can bring to the program?

Rogers: They want me to bring a winning attitude and also want me to bring my shooting ability as well.

What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:

“Guys who possess size, shooting, athleticism, and a two-way identity typically get recruited to play at the highest possible level. Rogers legitimately has all of that and more room to continue growing. His foundation has largely remained the same but he’s also made noticeable improvements to his skillset and overall physique throughout the last few years… Although he’s capable of leading the charge or going for high scoring totals on a regular basis, his ability to be such a lethal threat as a role player is part of what makes him so enticing. Rogers possesses solid vision and creation skills but can also make an incredible impact without the ball as a cutter and spot-up option.” – Jeff Bendel in 2020

“Rogers came out strong and ready to roll on Day 1 of the Phenom HoopState Championship.  He came out aggressive and with a purpose, showing his form and shot-making ability from deep but also not settling and attacking when the opportunity is there.  Rogers also excelled on the boards, securing 11 rebounds in the win.” – Patrick O’Brien at HoopState Championship in 2020